New Google Maps version of EARTH ALERTS

How would you like to monitor, in near real-time, natural events (such as hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, cyclones) that occur here on mother earth? You can with the Google Maps version of Earth Alerts. Before I go further, I must give credit where credit is due. The Google Maps version of Earth Alerts is actually... Continue Reading →

A FREE Magnifier for Your Computer

If you, or someone you know, is visually impaired; or you are like me, getting weak in the eyes, then give OneLoupe a try. OneLoupe is a software driven virtual magnifier for your PC that works just like a real magnifying glass. There is no install file to OneLoupe. Simply download and run (less than... Continue Reading →

Time Magazines’ 50 Best Websites of 2010

As we continue to move more toward cloud computing here is a sampling of some of the best websites of 2010, as selected by Time Magazine (in Partnership with CNN).  A “What’s On My PC…” Web Clip! -------------------------------------------------------------------- The Best in the Online World August 25,2010 From the helpful to the distracting, the big hitters... Continue Reading →

Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#74)

Nice roundup of Geek Squeaks’ this week… If you are information technology connoisseur then it would behoove you to bookmark and visit each of these sites.  I know I depend on these sites for my daily dosage of IT… AKSGEEK Live Nokia 5250 Touch Screen Smartphone Launched with a tag of €115 Awesome Wallpapers Ubuntu... Continue Reading →

A FREE Utility to Backup Your Gmail

Personally, I am a major player when it comes to using Gmail. I use Gmail as my primary email client (or service provider) instead of using a locally installed client such as Outlook, Windows Live Mail, or Thunderbird.  The only problem with my strategy is that all of my email transactions are stored in the... Continue Reading →

The Ultimate FREE System Protection Tool

If you are someone that tests software; OR manages computers where there are numerous users (such as at a kisosk, classroom, library or at home with the kids); OR, you are simply are looking for the ultimate in computer protection, then look no further. The solution is a virtualization application called  Wondershare Time Freeze. Recently... Continue Reading →

Bookmarks4Techs – New Site Update (#28)

Be sure to visit Bookmarks4Techs, the sister site to What’s On My PC for the frequently added site updates, PLUS the compilation of links to over 440 Tech Sites.  Site Update #28 features the addition of a new site called Red Ferret, featured FREE software – DNS Benchmark, and featured site – Laptop Reviews Central.... Continue Reading →

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